Annie had such a wonderful time meeting lots of new friends at Crufts. She also got asked so many pawsome questions, she thought she’d write a little blog to make sure she answered everything. So, make sure to cast your eyes on her replies below and see if she answered your burning question.
I’m currently going through my terrible twos.
I try to avoid pasta, as wheat gluten is a common allergen to dogs and can make my tummy a little sore. This is why all of Arden Grange’s tasty range is naturally hypoallergenic and doesn’t include wheat gluten.
Yes, I like Marmite but only have a small nibble every now and again as it’s got quiet a high salt content.
My middle name is Margaret or Mags for short.
My favourite colour is Arden Grange green!
Yes, his name is Archie, and he is a black and brindle Welsh Cardigan Corgi. Here’s a picture of us together!
The Welsh Cardigan Corgi tends to be slightly larger and heavier. Their ears also tend to be more pointed compared to the Pembroke Corgi. Cardigan Corgis also have a larger variety of coat colours, including brindle, black and white and blue merle.
While I don’t have any pets, I do have some pawsome pals owned by the lovely team at Arden Grange. These include Olive, the dapple Dachshund, Archie and Benji the Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Lady Nels the Welsh Border Collie and Salad the Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
With responsible breeding and tip top care, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi can live up to between 12 – 13 years.
My favourite food is Arden Grange, adult maintenance lamb kibble. I also sometimes get some tasty salmon Crunchy bites or some delectable Tasty Liver Treat as rewards when I’ve been extra good.
I had a ‘top dog’ time at Crufts and was spoilt with all the lovely gifts my Arden Grange family bought me, including a lovely bed from Hugo & Ted.